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Nights have been refreshingly cool, and days have been pleasantly warm. The recent stretch of near perfect weather has provided Rhode Islanders a chance to immerse ourselves in the moment, enjoy the … more
This week, Warwick celebrates for the final year the graduation of three separate public high schools, Toll Gate, Vets and Pilgrim. As students cheer their accomplishments, one school, Vets, celebrated their last graduating class with 209 seniors more
Rhode Island was always a long shot to win the General Electric sweepstakes, but a sense of disappointment was nonetheless palpable when the iconic global brand chose Boston as the new home of its corporate headquarters several months ago. Tempering that more
The lament is frequently that municipal taxpayers are forced to pick up the tab of state or federally enforced regulations. That is often the case, and most such complaints are justified. But that wasn't the immediate cry when the city administration more
The right of Americans to bear arms is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. Millions of our citizens own and use firearms responsibly, for hunting, sport, and self-protection. Both of these statements have been true for centuries, and will remain so. Far more
The Warwick Veterans Council put all they could into this year's Memorial Day parade. That hasn't always been the case. In years past the council has relied too heavily on the pull of patriotism and love of country to get out marchers and spectators. And more
It's a special time in Rhode Island. Winter has faded into the rearview mirror, and we look ahead to long, bright days spent enjoying the outdoors in the company of loved ones and friends. As the sun shines on our state, so does our sense of community more
Since the ’50s we have come a long way from the nuclear family. No more is the norm a father and mother with 2.5 children. We see more and more families having one or no children, single parents, … more
Since the '50s we have come a long way from the nuclear family. No more is the norm a father and mother with 2.5 children. We see more and more families having one or no children, single parents, grandparents and other family members raising children, more
While this year's presidential campaign has already defied expectations and drawn enormous attention, the political season won't come into full focus for most Rhode Islanders until later this summer and fall. The attention of many will turn to other more
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